Hiding Secrets Lead to Betrayals and Heartaches in 'Forthcoming Dawn'
The second novel in a trilogy series, Susan Baker, Carl Baker, Eileen Emerson, David Hearst, and Alan Rogers are caught up in money and power as they attempt to fight challenges from others during political and financial changes in America. Their lives are steeped in triumphs and tragedies through scandals and sex. A historical fiction, "Forthcoming Dawn" addresses the AIDS epidemic, Wall Street's greed and the rise of LBGT movements.
Inspired by her own professional experience in banking and real estate in the 1970s and 1980s, Stowers says the book "gives more of a complete narrative through the development of characters that address political and sensational issues from the late 1960s to present day."
By Sylvia C. Stowers
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 276 pages | ISBN 9781480858527
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 276 pages | ISBN 9781480858541
E-Book | 276 pages | ISBN 9781480858534
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About the Author
Sylvia C. Stowers was once employed in the investment banking and building industry. Now retired from a second career in education, she resides in San Diego County in California. "Forthcoming Dawn" is the second book in an intended trilogy; "Shadows of Us" was the first.
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